...Committed to being helpful to my students and respectful of their time. My philosophy of learning:"The best (most parsimonious) model for learning is adequate time for well-organized, applicable and interesting study and teaching assuming willingness of participants. Anything less produces unacceptable results.
Central Falls, RIView Tutor
Math for me was a mystery until the lights turned on through an excellent teacher in high school. I know first hand how guided learning can change math from frustration to freedom. Who would have thought I would be teaching math and loving it after so many years struggling in junior high and high school!
Cumberland, RIView Tutor
...In 2011 I received my Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and was also co-published in the IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics. After graduation I took up a job in banking but my love of tutoring never ceased and I continued to tutor several students ranging from 6th grade to unde...
Bristol, RIView Tutor
...From then on, progress is rapid. LSAT logic questions are different from what many people are used to seeing. As a result, answering the questions can be slow and mistakes are likely.
Weston, MAView Tutor
...Santa Barbara, ranked 33rd in the World's Top 200 Universities (2013), and graduated with a degree in Communication. I've been tutoring for the past 9 years and have worked with students at many different levels. My unique approach to tutoring involves working with each student according to their individual learning style.
Medfield, MAView Tutor